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    I am also surprised at how easily it shoots. I believe that damned tight spring really makes a difference in recoil control, making it easier to shoot accurately. It shoots surprisingly soft for such a small gun.

    Like you, I like mine a lot. Even more than my 738TCP. Easier to hide and more comfortable, for the same reason, all those melted edges!
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    I ran a box of Fiocchi thru mine yesterday, without a single problem! I think that makes it about 200-250 rounds now, and only 1 hiccough of a fail to ignite on a questionable reload. The second hit, ignited that one, and it never happened again. (I did run a whole box of reloads thru it, to find that one)

    Damn, I like this little gun..... I hope my TCP doesn't take issue with me!

    This lil thing is realy a sweet shooter! It shoots so soft, that there really isn't any difference at all with the flat or extended mag in there.

    Now, off to RK to get a 300 rnd bucket of their cheap Remington .380 for practice.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by wnderr View Post
    Damn, I like this little gun..... I hope my TCP doesn't take issue with me..
    I think my TCP must have had an issue when I got my Spectrum. I bought the Spectrum on Sunday and on Monday, I decided to compare them. The TCP shot 5 rounds fine but then the trigger quit working. It is now in Miami awaiting repair. It went over 4 years without a problem until the Spectrum came on the scene.

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    While I like the lil TCP, it is pretty snappy, while the Spectrum is a joy to shoot for a lil gun. Works well, but the Spectrum, is better to carry with the melted edges. Spectrum is easier to shoot better. I really like this lil Spectrum!
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